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plan b experiences? my period is different watch

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    I didnt have unproctected sex but i was doing other things with someone meaning it could have gone on me. I took plan b the day after within 24 hours. I was 9 days in to my cycle, and 3 days into my pill as i started them late by accident. (Reason for taking plan b).

    In the middle of my pack of pills, i had bellyache- worse than i norm ally do around this time.
    I finished my pills and waited for my period to come, it came 4 days after finishin my pills.. excatly on time like normal.
    It was was different though, i had really bad pains like i was already on 30mins/1hour before. Then i started but it was just abit of red in my urine. Then i had abit of brown blood.
    Then later that night i had a 'gush' (Dont know the techinal term) of red(fresh blood). Then i woke up in the morning with some brown blood.
    I wore a tampon the next day, it was quite heavy brown blood and not red like usual.
    The next day was the same colour, but not as heavy just like it would be if it was red.
    Just basically ive been having random gushes of red blood (e.g when i walk in my warm house from the cold, i end up bleeding some red blood or start crying with stress) , brown blood, blood in my wee, dark brown watery blood on my tissue. Its been wierd.

    Is it likely i could be pregnant?
    Also coud you explain why the blood is brown, i know it means old blood, but why is it old ? Is this to do with plan B.
    Its really getting to me, i have anexity so its really stressing me out.
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    The morning after pill (I guess that's what you mean?) can change your period/cycle.

    It's not likely that you're pregnant, please do not stress.
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    MAP causes this except blood in urine, but that is probably not from your urine. If in a few days your still worried or you start bleeding very heavily see a doctor.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I didnt have unproctected sex but i was doing other things with someone meaning it could have gone on me. I took plan b the day after within 24 hours. I was 9 days in to my cycle, and 3 days into my pill as i started them late by accident. (Reason for taking plan b).

    In the middle of my pack of pills, i had bellyache- worse than i norm ally do around this time.
    I finished my pills and waited for my period to come, it came 4 days after finishin my pills.. excatly on time like normal.
    It was was different though, i had really bad pains like i was already on 30mins/1hour before. Then i started but it was just abit of red in my urine. Then i had abit of brown blood.
    Then later that night i had a 'gush' (Dont know the techinal term) of red(fresh blood). Then i woke up in the morning with some brown blood.
    I wore a tampon the next day, it was quite heavy brown blood and not red like usual.
    The next day was the same colour, but not as heavy just like it would be if it was red.
    Just basically ive been having random gushes of red blood (e.g when i walk in my warm house from the cold, i end up bleeding some red blood or start crying with stress) , brown blood, blood in my wee, dark brown watery blood on my tissue. Its been wierd.

    Is it likely i could be pregnant?
    Also coud you explain why the blood is brown, i know it means old blood, but why is it old ? Is this to do with plan B.
    Its really getting to me, i have anexity so its really stressing me out.
    I had similar symptoms when I took it. It's very unlikely that you're pregnant, seeing as you didn't actually have sex, are on the pill and took the Map. It's a bit disconcerting when your period seems different, but it's very likely that all will return to normal soon. Do try and stop worrying and relax. If next month is unusual too and you need to put your mind at rest, go to the doctor
 
 
 
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